Is It Insane to Start a Business During Coronavirus? Millions of Americans Don’t Think So.

The pandemic forced hundreds of thousands of small businesses to close. For Madison Schneider, it was a good time to start a new one. The 22-year-old in Haviland, Kan., opened Lela’s Bakery and Coffeehouse on Sept. 12, naming it after her grandmother. It has been busy every day since, she …

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How South Korea Successfully Managed Coronavirus

SEOUL—South Korea appears to have cracked the code for managing the coronavirus. Its solution is straightforward, flexible and relatively easy to replicate. The country has averaged about 77 new daily cases since early April and recently suppressed a spike in infections. Adjusting for population, that would be the equivalent of …

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Kodak Didn’t Break Law When Loan Was Revealed, Special Committee Finds

Kodak Didn’t Break Law When Loan Was Revealed, Special Committee Finds

A special committee hired by Eastman Kodak Co.’s board found several governance issues at the firm concerning the July announcement of a planned $765 million loan from the U.S. government, but said none of those issues violated the law. The release of the review’s findings comes roughly a month after …

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